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Thread: What does broken or whole lines mean in the hexagram? Do I have to join to learn this

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    Default What does broken or whole lines mean in the hexagram? Do I have to join to learn this

    Can someone tell me please? I have joined wiki wing and am not using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa View Post
    Can someone tell me please? I have joined wiki wing and am not using it.
    Of course not, you can seek knowledge anywhere, you do not need to pay for it. There is a free beginners course here click here or you can simply get a copy of an I Ching book.

    It is a great pity you have joined wikiwing without knowing what a change line is We all learned what change lines are before the internet from books. I fear all these I Ching 'apps' are leading people to consult with no clue of what they are doing.

    As you joined wiki and you don't seem to know where you can learn for free here I will @hilary , the owner of the site, to see if she has other suggestions for you and to also let her know this has happened since you seem rather lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa View Post
    What does broken or whole lines mean in the hexagram?
    They are the six 'bricks' that build each hexagram 'house'.

    Hilary gives a nice basic introduction on this page:
    https://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/read...nline-i-ching/

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    Mustafa, as Trojina said, there are lots of free resources for learning the Yi. If you go to the Learn the I Ching part of this website, you'll see a free course, and if you're a paying member, there are other courses and resources as well.

    Best, David.

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    Thanks, Trojina and David. I don't have anything to add, really: the free course is the best place to start. It'll get you from zero to consulting with the I Ching. (And as soon as you're doing that, WikiWing will come in useful.) Welcome in .

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    You can download this pdf here: Get.

    (From the same author: Get. A and Get. B)
    Awakening in young Yang,
    fulfilling in old Yang,
    enjoying in young Yin,
    resting in old Yin.
    The daily, annual and existencial cyclus.

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